LSU #1 on Insiders

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  1. celkin

    celkin Freshman

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    Can go to Foxsports or Insiders to check it out
    Posted on 28th before Big Herm committed, meaning LSU will definitely finish #1 in at least one pole



    2004 Team Recruiting Rankings
    Last Updated: 1/28/04
    Rk Team Commits Total Avg * Avg Rank * TI 101
    1 LSU
    Headliner: Early Doucet 24 83 3.46 33.80 5
    2 USC
    Headliner: Jeff Byers 18 73 4.06 14.67 6
    3 Michigan
    Headliner: Chad Henne 20 68 3.40 31.75 4
    4 Oklahoma
    Headliner: Adrian Peterson 16 54 3.38 29.48 6
    5 Miami
    Headliner: Charlie Jones 18 61 3.39 34.50 6
    6 Ohio State
    Headliner: Ted Ginn 21 68 3.24 37.58 3
    7 Florida State
    Headliner: Xavier Lee 18 59 3.24 40.18 4
    8 Texas
    Headliner: Andrew Kelson 19 61 3.21 34.53 4
    9 Georgia
    Headliner: Charles Johnson 17 56 3.29 33.71 3
    10 Tennessee
    Headliner: Demonte Bolden 18 59 3.28 38.83 2
     
  2. celkin

    celkin Freshman

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    But hey come on down Lavelle, we've got better food than Miami
     
  3. ClassOfTheSEC03

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    great...another possible "split title" with USuCk.
     
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    With the Decommits from a couple of USC guys, it may open the door to win Rivals100. Only if they do not replace those guys with equal or better players.
     
  5. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    LSU should finish #1 in rivals IF Cameron Colvin does not go to USC. If he does, the race is over. He is a 5 star commit, and thats too much to overcome.

    Maybe since Fred Davis committed to USC, Colvin will go elsewhere. But then again, Xman still came to LSU even after we got Doucet. So who the hell knows.
     
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    One of the Decommitts at USC was a WR i believe. May have opened the door for Colvin. A stud named Germany is supposed to be a lean to USC. DE I believe
     
  7. mike_v

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    usc vs lsu

    i think lsu's recruiting class is great, but quality wise, usc is definitely leading with average number of stars per player i mean all the recruiting experts say that...
    if you factor in the computer rankings and the strength of schedule, you got to go with lsu though :)
     
  8. DJ

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    If you are ranking recruits according to the star-ratings that recruiting services make, you have to look at USC's class as off the charts with so many 5-star players. None of the #1 classes in recent memory have had so many 5-star players on one team. Our class would be #1 in almost any other year in terms of recruiting service rankings. Clearly, both teams have recruiting classes that are filled with very talented recruits, and the quality of both classes from top to bottom is impressive.

    What matters, of course, is how that talent executes on the field. I am happy to take our chances with Nick Saban and the players he has recruited on the field against Pete Carroll and the players he has recruited.
     

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